Set up Enveloop to use Mailgun as a backend message platform.

We assume you have a SendGrid account. If you don't, you'll need to set one up first. We also assume you have an Enveloop account set up and that you are logged in. 😄

Configuring Mailgun

Step 1: Create a Mailgun key for Enveloop to use

Once logged into Mailgun, click on your name. It presents a dropdown menu. From the options, select API Keys. Mailgun will present your keys.

View & copy your Private API Key.

Please note: For Mailgun, you'll need to add your Account API key and not your sending API key. This is available from your account settings.

Adding your Mailgun key to Enveloop

Now that you have an API key in your clipboard, adding it to Enveloop is a quick process.

Step 1: Inside Enveloop, open the team & project you want to use

Each project (which represents one of your apps) can have its own message settings. So, choose a Project and in the menu, choose Integrations from the options on the left.

Step 2: Add your Mailgun API key to your project

Click Configure and on the Service dropdown, select Mailgun from the dropdown menu. Paste into API Key the key you just generated from SendGrid.

Step 3: Add your API Domain

This will normally be in the format of If unsure what this is, click on the Dashboard in Mailgun and view your Sending Domains list at the bottom of the screen.

Step 4: Add your Region

Mailgun supports multiple geographic regions -- for example, using EU-based servers for GDPR compliance. If you are located in the EU, enter "EU".

More information about Mailgun support of the EU region can be found here:

Step 5: Add your "Default From"

Your Default From Email is a global setting that defines the email address and identity that will deliver the message by default. Once complete, click Save Integration.

The "Default From" is only a default setting. Each message template in your project can have a custom-set from value. If you do not specify it on the template, it will use the value you define on the integration.

🎉 Success

You should be all set to use Mailgun with Enveloop!

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